…it’s Friday. Hopefully, I will remember to get up and go to work tomorrow and not laze around in bed like it’s Saturday.
Actually, tomorrow is my first Dream Dinners session. I am so looking forward to it. I tried to make some meals ahead this week and made the mistake of buying one of those meals in a box – just add chicken. I tried one I’ve never had and…blecch. I ended up throwing all of it out. So again, I fell back into my routine of eating whatever I could scavenge. I hope this works out the way I think it will.
Otherwise, the week has been pretty uneventful. I’ve been fighting a flare up of fibromyalgia…crummy stuff! I really had no energy and was in a lot of pain most of the week. It also disrupts my sleep, so it ends up being a vicious cycle. This afternoon I got a burst of energy and felt somewhat “normal” so I ran a bunch of errands on my way home and started doing stuff around the house as soon as I walked in. But now I seem to be headed back to where I started. I don’t know if I overdid it (who, me?) or if the weather is going to change again. That is the one thing that most affects the fibro – I can definitely tell when the seasons are changing. Fall is my favorite time of year but man, do I feel cruddy. I was trying to think the other day if spring is worse than fall. I tend to think it is, but I may say fall is worse than spring when it rolls around.
So now, here I am, things half finished (and some not even started), feeling like I just want to crawl in bed. I’ve got to at least finish some wash or I’ll be wearing pajamas to work – which I think they MIGHT frown upon….
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My mom's got fibro and goes through the same thing…Hope you're feeling better soon.
How long have you had fibro?
I'm not even sure I know what fibro is. I'm sorry your not feeling good. It sucks to be in pain. Relax this weekend. You are going to love Dream Dinners!
Cheryl – thanks! I hope I am too. I felt a little better today than I did last night.
Catrina – I've had it for several years; I want to say going back at least five or six since being actually diagnosed.
Paula – thanks! I hope to relax this weekend and take it easy…and I am so looking forward to Dream Dinners!